Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 15, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 15, 1974
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40,000 To 4,400 Jorthwsit Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 15, 1974 FAVETTEVILLt. A R K A N S A S 'Peacekeeping' Force Is Heavily Outnumbered UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) -- They're called peacekeeping troops, so why don't the United Nations forces Cyprus slop the fighting? The most obvious reason is that the blue-helmetcd U.N. ny from eight countries is heavily outnumbered and outgunned. The U.N. force has been dpu bled since the Cyprus crisis cross the island. ' The July 30 agreement that reece, Turkey and Britain gned in Geneva gave U.N. orces the additional task of eting up buffer zones around ic territory occupied by the urkish invasion forces. On July 31, the Soviet Unioi vetoed a Security Council rcso lution authorizing Waldhcim tc Waldheim says this required I evaluate the new role proposcc pecific Security Council au- for U.N. troops on Cyprus. Tti h o r i z a l i o n . The fighting next day it allowed a 'simila Cooler »lr 1« forecast Thursday for most northern states »nd warmer air for southern Thunderstorms Spawn Tornadoes In The Dakofas By The Associated Press Thunderstorms m o v e d into western Minnesota today after spawning tornadoes and hail in a sweep of the Dakota. Scattered thunderstorms also t o a m e d the Southeastern states, parts of Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Missouri a n d several Southwestern states. At least eight granaries were destroyed. and others damagec ·by a tornado that hit farmlanc northeast of Jamestown, N D. Wednesday. No injuries .were reported. ·-"-· Almost 1'A inches of rain soaked Grand Forks, N.D., and %-inch hail hit Rapid City, S.D Temperatures before dawn ranged from 43 at Evanston Wyo.. to 93 at Phoeniv. Aria Weather Forecast stales and most of the Mid-, the nation. west. Fair to partly-cloudy Map) skies are expected for most of (AP Wirephoto Walkins To Head Demo Commiilee erupted a month ago. but it stil 1 numbers only 4,400 men. An es limaled 40,000 Turkish soldiers have landed on the Mediterra nean Island, and there are 12, 000 Greek. Cypriots in the Cyprus national guard, Tha U.N. troops' basic weap on is the rifle, and they have some machine guns. The Tur kish invaders have planes tanks, artillery and warships. There are other practical am legal obstacles to U.N. p keeping and peacemaking Secretary-General Kurt Wal leim stresses that, a basic con dilion for U.N. peacekeeping : acceptance of it by all sides i a conflict. U.N. forces have be°n accep ed by Egypt, Israel and Syr: in the Middle East, -he poin out. But on Cyprus, with cease fire lines not yet firm, man U.N. positions are being cha lenged by the Turkish army EFFECTIVE DETERRENT Peacekeeping .experts say tl U.N. flag and troops provide a effective deterrent again flareups of local fighting on cease-fire lines are drawn. Bu if one command or the other is determined to seize . territory the U.N. position becomes untenable. The U.N. force was set up on Cyprus a decade ago, not as a buffer between national armies but to curb fighting between the Greek Cypriots and the Turkish Cypriots. Cvpriots of Turkish origin, outnumbered 4 to 1 by the Greeks, w?re living in about 75 towns and villages rupted lines could be fixed. Some diplomats say the sec retary-general is bcinR oycrlj cautious about the additions duty lor the U.N. troops. before this t h · ' ivas ar-Jresolution to pass by abstainin; Evelyn Hills Fayetteville Entire Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES at!5$OFF LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Jerry Watkins of El Dorado, general counsel for Murphy Oil Corp., vill be chairman of the Platform Committee of the Democratic State Convention Sept. 1344 at Hot Springs. The members of the three standing committees of the con- v e n t i o n were announced Wednesday by the Democratic State Committee. The members were chosen by a steering committee selected by D a v i d H. Pryor, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee. Christopher Barrier, a Little Rock lawyer, will chair the Rules Committee, while Ann Henry, a Fayetteville' lawyer will be in charge of the Credentials Committee. Mrs. Henry is the wife of stale Sen. Morriss Henry. The Platform Committee will draft a platform to propose to the state convention. However he convention usually adopts ilatforms with little discussion because they are regarded as expressing the objectives of the mrty's nominee for governor.. The 23-member . Platform lommittee includes five members with union connections and one black. Jazzman Recovers LOS ANGELES (AP) -- .Jazz arranger and composer Quincy Jones has left Cedars of Lebanon Hospital here after a 10- day, stay, a hospital spokesman said. " · ; . . Jones, 41, l e f t - t h e hospital Wednesday after treatment for a urinary tract infection, the spokeman said. Jones has prepared musical scores for the Emmy Awards and numerous television programs. Women Ruled Out AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) -- Maj. Gen. James Allen, at 48 the youngest superintendent in the Air Force Academy's history, says he is firmly opposed to proposed enrollment of women cadets. "I support the law of the land that prohibits the use of women in combat," said Allen, a fighter pilot who flew combat missions in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. . Allen said he feels that unless the world situation requires the United States to "line our shores with trenches, it is not in the best interest to have women here." TR1-IAKES ANTENNA Soles and Service New * U»d AntcnnM ' Color · Black Whltt Bocltcrt · Towtn Free Eittmatof 751-7927 751-8IM 7SI-MS7 BILLY THE KID Easy m i x e r s . . . . Perma press jeans'and jackets to mix and macth Great back-lo-ichool clothes for boyj. 50% polyester, 50% cotton easy to «are for. And they're permanent press. Come see our collection of red plaid and solid red twill. 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